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Institutional constraints and potential for oil shale development
W. J. Ramsey
by Dept. of Energy, Office of the Assistant Secretary for Defense Programs], Lawrence Livermore Laboratory, for sale by the National Technical Information Service in Livermore, Calif, Springfield, Va
Written in English
|Statement||W. J. Ramsey, I. Y. Borg, R. L. Thornton|
|Series||UCRL ; 52468|
|Contributions||Borg, I. Y., joint author, Thornton, R. L. 1908- joint author, Lawrence Livermore Laboratory|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||iii, 26 p. :|
|Number of Pages||26|
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The latest investment is Sinopec's acquisition of 50% of Chesapeake Energy Corp.'s Mississippi shale oil and gas properties in northern Oklahoma. Nevertheless, because of vast geological differences, the shale gas development model applied in the US cannot be fully adopted in the Chinese context (Hu and Xu, ). shale oil recovery rates are developed by matching a shale formation’s geophysical characteristics to U.S. shale oil analogs. The resulting estimate is referred to as both the risked oil and natural gas in-place and the technically recoverable resource. The specific tasks carried out to implement the assessment include.
For international and national investors, the prediction at this month’s Bloomberg New Energy Finance Summit that it could take as much as US$ billion in new infrastructure spending over the next seven years to meet rising shale gas output and address current limitations might be cause for concern.. At a time of rising prices and potential long-awaited profitability to the US shale. 1b.3 An array of new oils—oil sands, tight oil, new heavy oils, deepwater oil, and eventually oil shale—are projected to fill the gap, as demand for liquid fuels continues to rise. The plateau in conventional oil and the corresponding increase in the demand for liquid fuels have motivated markets to respond with higher oil prices.
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The objectives are to review shale oil technologies as a means of supplying domestically produced fuels within environmental, social, economic, and legal/institutional constraints; using available data, analyses, and experienced judgment, to examine the major points of uncertainty regarding potential impacts of oil shale development; to resolve issues where data and analyses are compelling or.
Carbon dioxide emissions for different technologies will also be a concern for potential oil shale processing development as eminent constraints add risks to these opportunities.
The potential for carbon dioxide recycling and storage back into the reservoir was also explored, and it is shown that the CO 2 stored by reinjection is insignificant. Get this from a library.
Potential future role of oil shale: prospects and constraints. [United States. Interagency Task Force on Oil Shale.; United States. Federal Energy Administration.; United States. Department of the Interior.] -- This report of the Interagency Task Force on Oil Shale examines the prospects for expanding shale oil production to meet the objectives of Project Independence.
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Results of our model indicate a delivered cost of shale gas. U.S. shale remains a top priority and the oil majors have stepped up their spending in shale, pivoting out of other regions.
Spending on non-OPEC non-shale .oil shale is its potential for the economic recovery of energy, including shale oil and combustible gas, as well as a number of byproducts. A deposit of oil shale having economic poten - tial is generally one that is at or near enough to the surface to be developed by open-pit or conventional underground mining or by in-situ methods.